Commentating the Contradictions in the Implementation of Canada’s Immigration Policy

Yue Yang

Abstract


Immigrating is the primary means of population growth in Canada and the main source of enlarging the labor force, and the important safeguard for maintaining the national strategy and the people's livelihood. Every Canadian government in history has taken making and implementing appropriate immigration policies as one of the basic tasks. The policies have been adjusted with the historical conditions and international circumstances. However, it is necessary to give a timely analysis of the implementation of the policies and make an adjustment. This text, from the academic perspective, tries to analyze the contradictions in grading standard and the employment criteria of immigrants, in manpower input and waste, in social equity and recessive discrimination, and in short-term benefit and long-term danger during the implementation of its immigration policy. And I recommend it be adjusted and improved. 

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